Possesses good straight-line speed when asked to run vertical routes. He gets up to speed quickly, tracks the ball well and looks comfortable running under the play.
There is some short area quickness/burst to his game as a route runner as well, but he tends to drift into and out of his breaks, rounding off his routes both as a vertical route runner and on sharply breaking routes.
Does a better job and is sharper/more concise on sharply breaking routes, but again tends to run through his breaks and has no initial sharpness to his game.
Is creative after the catch, gets up to speed quickly and has some wiggle when asked to make a man miss and run toward the open field. However, he doesn't have much natural strength, is easily tripped up and can be brought down easily by arm tackles.
He isn't the most natural of catchers, lets the ball routinely get into his frame, struggles to adjust and pluck and likes to trap the ball into his chest. However to his credit, is willing to work the inside of the field, go get the ball and take a lick.
Isn't ever going to be real effective holding his own as a blocker on the edge, but likes to get downfield quickly and cut down defenders on contact.
Impression: An undersized receiver who looks like a vertical slot guy only at the next level. Could get a look late in the draft and fill out of roster spot."
Has sub-4.4 speed, an explosive first step and can turn on a dime; also has the potential to be very dangerous with the ball in his hands, but has only averaged around 12 yards per catch in his career;
Also not very big or physical and is unpolished as a receiver; hands are inconsistent and doesn’t run very crisp routes; had 58 receptions in 2010."